|Speech of Rev. Samuel J. May, to the convention fo citizens, of Onondaga County, in Syracuse, on the 14th of October, 1851, called "to consider the principles of the American government, and the extent to which they are trampled under foot by the fugitive slave law" occasioned by an attempt to enslave an inhabitant of Syracuse - May, Samuel J. (Samuel Joseph), 1797-1871|
Bound volume contains: 1. Letter of Commodore Stockton on the slavery question / by Robert Field Stockton. -- 2. Speech...delivered at the anti-slavery meeting, Broadmead, Bristol, Sept.4th, 1851 / by George Thompson. -- 3. Some views of freedom and slavery... / by Richard De Charms. -- 4. Speech... in the county convention at Syracuse, October 14, 1851 / by Samuel J. May. -- 5. A letter on "Uncle Tom's Cabin" / by the author of "Friends in Council"...
Keywords: United States; Convention on the Fugitive Slave Law (1851 : Syracuse, N.Y.)